Dr. Stacy Davis
Assistant Professor of Spanish & Spanish MAE
Monday/Wednesday/Friday - 10:00-1:00
B.A. Hollins College
M.L.A. University of Richmond
Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis
Research Interests: 19th- and 20th-century Peninsular Literature; masculinity and the figure of the indiano; the Realist Novel; the short stories of Emilia Pardo Bazán.
Dr. Davis enjoys teaching all levels of Spanish language, culture, and literature, along with upper-level courses in advanced grammar and composition. With her specialty in foreign language pedagogy, she also works with the Department of Education, co-teaching the graduate-level methods course for future foreign language instructors. Dr. Davis will also work closely with students in Linguaprofs, a pre-professional organization for MAE and pre-MAE French, Spanish, and ESOL teachers.